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Guests at the launch of the Small Business Summit. Hills Business Chamber, Tony Eades is at the front. Guests at the launch of the Small Business Summit. Hills Business Chamber, Tony Eades is at the front. Featured
22 July 2013 Posted by 

GWS Small Business Summit taking shape

ORGANISERS are gearing up for the fourth annual Small Business Summit (SBS) to be held on August 14 at the Hillsong Convention Centre , Norwest Business Park.

More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the event, which is an initiative of the Sydney Hills Business Chamber and supported by NSW Business Chamber and Hills Shire Council.

The Summit will feature panellists that include representatives from federal, state and local government, business groups and local chambers throughout Greater Western Sydney.

The event is designed to present useful information to small businesses and to provide a forum for positive discussion about issues that affect small businesses in the region.

The Summit will look at three main topic areas:

• Government plans that affect growth in the region.
• Overcoming obstacles to doing business in Greater Western Sydney.
• Forms of support available to small business.

Key subject areas such as the NBN rollout, transport infrastructure, a second airport and economic development for the region will be discussed in this open forum.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Opposition leader Tony Abbott have been personally invited for a special pre-election session together with the Minister for Western Sydney/NSW Premier, Barry O’Farrell and other ministers from both sides of politics and business leaders and local dignitaries.

“Greater Western Sydney is a growing region and home to more than 150,000 small businesses. The Summit provides a greater platform for the voice of small business owners and an opportunity for our leaders to hear from this important community sector ahead of a federal election,” said Sydney Hills Business Chairman, Tony Eades.

Tickets cost $38. To register visit: http://gwssummit.eventbrite.com/


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